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Converging and conflicting ethical values in the internal/external security in continuum in Europe.

A research project funded by the European Union.
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Miriam Mir PDF Print E-mail

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PUBLICATIONS

Mir, M. (2008), "Managing The Eu’s External Frontiers: Lessons To Be Learned From Frontex’s Action In The Canary Islands", In D. Bigo And A. Tsoukala (Eds.), Controlling Security, Collection Cultures Et Conflits, Isbn : 978-2-296-05442-4, Pgs. 123-131.

Mir, M. (2007), Managing the EU’s External Frontiers: Lessons to be Learned from FRONTEX’s action in the Canary Islands, CHALLENGE Publication, April.

Guild, E., Khasson, V. and Mir, M. (2007), State of the Art. The Nexus between European Neighbourhood Policy & JHA, CASE Reports, No. 73.

EDUCATION

Degree in Law (Specialized as an European Jurist) at the University of Girona (Spain) 

European Summer School on European Union Law and Policy on Immigration and Asylum, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.

LANGUAGES

Spanish, English, German (Basic)

EXPERIENCE

Jan. 2008 – present: Project Coordinator, Centre for European Policy Studies, Justice and Home Affairs Section, Brussels, Belgium

Sept. 2006 – Dec. 2007: Research Assistant, Centre for European Policy Studies, Justice and Home Affairs Section, Brussels, Belgium

May 2006 – Jul. 2006: Stagiaire at the European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium.

Apr. 2005 – Apr. 2006: Legal Assistant of Attorney at law “Delso – Quintana Advocats” dealing with the areas of immigration, civil law, penalty law and Patents and Marks Law, Girona, Spain.